CORE is empowering women of color to pursue real estate as a career—apply to the free program today

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This could be the start of something new for you. (ACRE)

ICYMI, CORE is a game-changing program for those that have an interest in learning about all career aspects offered by the real estate industry. The free, accessible program is self-paced and completely remote. Read on for more details and your opportunity to apply to their next CORE cohort.

Learn transferrable skills in an accessible environment

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Recent CORE graduates. (ACRE)

CORE, spearheaded by the Alabama Center for Real Estate, is completely free, thanks to sponsorship from a number of industry and statewide organizations. CORE represents the first action-oriented program from the REimagined Real Estate Initiative.

That’s right, selected participants won’t pay a dime to participate in the self-paced online credentialing program. The course teaches the necessary skills to be successful at an entry-level position in the Real Estate industry. You’ve got nothing to lose and it just might be the start of a new career—apply today!

CORE provides unmatched industry exposure

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The results speak for themselves. (ACRE)

Curious what CORE participants have to say about the course? After a highly successful pilot cohort, made up of students from over 20 schools including 10 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), they are sharing their thoughts and takeaways.

Here’s what they had to say:

  • 90% rated the course very good or excellent
  • 96% rated real estate content as very good or extremely valuable
  • 96% rated employable skills content as very good or extremely valuable
  • 98% rated life coaching sessions as valuable or extremely valuable

One Birmingham native’s experience with CORE

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Meet Breanna Green, who recently completed the CORE program. (Breanna Green)

I had the opportunity to speak with Breanna Green, a Birmingham native and current Alabama A&M student who just completed the CORE program. Though she had some previous industry experience, she feels that the course is an incredible opportunity for students honing in on their career path.

She shared that it was, “like a Commercial Real Estate 101” course, and offered valuable exposure in all areas of the industry, while providing practical job pathways in each sector.

“I love what the CORE program stands for—it aims to diversify the real estate industry and I think that’s something that definitely needs to happen. In a past internship, as great as it was, I was the only person there that looked like me. It adds an intimidating factor to the job, and I spoke with some other African-American real estate professionals that have experienced the same thing. So, I think it’s important that we let Black kids know that they have these career opportunities at their disposal, thanks to programs like CORE.”

—Breanna Greene, CORE participant

Your turn—apply to the next CORE cohort

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Breanna Green (far right) recently completed the program. (ACRE)

Ready to get your career in Real Estate rolling? Apply today for your chance to join one of the upcoming 2022 cohorts. Remember, the training modules are completely covered by scholarship—so you won’t have any out-of-pocket costs, and the online courses can be accessed anywhere with solid Wi-Fi.

Upcoming cohorts:

  • June 6, 2022
  • September 26, 2022

Apply to the next CORE cohort today—your future is waiting!

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